ThreatBee Antenna works with all existing hardware and software solutions that you might already have in place as an added or stand alone layer to monitor your home network from an outside point of view.
FAST, AUTOMATED, AND AFFORDABLE CYBERSECURITY VULNERABILITY MONITORING FOR RESIDENTIAL CLIENTS POWERED BY ThreatBee's MACHINE LEARNING PLATFORM Stinger A.I.
Security at home isn’t just about installing locks and setting up surveillance cameras. Protecting your home network is just as important, as more and more devices are connecting to the internet from your
Smart TV to your internet-connected fridge.
How ThreatBee Antenna works...
No agents, sensors, software configuration, or deployment required. Period.
Checks for over 35,000 security vulnerabilities across your home network infrastructure.
Vulnerability scanning services like our Stinger Division are excellent at detecting scores of weaknesses and
information about your systems, but this leads to a second problem: deciphering it all, and sifting through the noise.
Usually these services are used by businesses but Antenna is the first of it's kind and is designed to do the job of a managed service provider for you to find the risks in devices that are generally thought of as safe.
We're bringing Enterprise Grade Vulnerability monitoring services to your home.
Once a day we run a modified version of our Stinger Artificial Instinct Engine against your home network from our bank of servers to scan for over 35,000 vulnerabilities for devices such as routers, printers, smart devices, smart TVs, and all your other home appliances and gadgets, like Wi-Fi thermostats, gaming consoles, and even your baby monitor and anything else connected that could be exploited and used against you in your own home.
We will also check for settings that should not be enabled and default password use on attached equipment and we will advise and change passwords in a coordinated effort with you.
Antenna works with all Internet service providers.
Consider the way home security has evolved. It wasn't that long ago that we just had doors with simple locks. For greater security, you might add a deadbolt, or maybe put bars on windows. Today, many people no longer need to carry a key. There are connected devices and sensors and cameras that provide you with peace of mind but there are also associated risks which we will explain further in detail below.
When someone steps on your porch, or knocks on the door, or opens a window, you’re notified. With the right technologies, you can monitor the temperature in your home from the other side of the world and receive fire or smoke alerts on your mobile device but in certain cases, they can be exploited and used against you, that's where we step in with ThreatBee Antenna.